The Allen-Bradley® Bulletin 140M-D8V™ motor-protection circuit breakers are suitable for use at the output of VFDs in multimotor installations. They provide individual overload protection in multiple motor applications as required by NEC. The circuit breakers can be used at the output of VFD. Output frequency of VFD must be limited to 400 hertz or less to prevent thermal degrad... Read more...More Product Announcements from Allen-Bradley / Rockwell Automation
Don’t let a GROUND FAULT shut down your production.
Altech INTRODUCES the most complete Lineup of UL Ground Fault Equipment Protection.
First in the industry UL 489 Branch Circuit Breaker with Ground Fault Relay.
• 1+N and 2+N poles
• 240V AC and 120/240V AC
• Rated Current 5 - 40A
• Rated Short Circuit Interrupt Capaci... Read more...
Multichannel circuit breakers for CID2 use
High-density, programmable electronic circuit breaker approved for use in hazardous locations
The CBM (circuit breaker multichannel) from Phoenix Contact has received Class I, Division 2 approval. This approval makes the CBM suitable for use in hazardous locations such as oil refineries, offshore platforms, and waste... Read more...More Product Announcements from PHOENIX CONTACT USA
Safe testing for switchgear applications
Phoenix Contact’s FAME 3 system simplifies complex switching operations
Utility engineers and technicians can now complete complex switching operations in a single procedure with Phoenix Contact’s FAME 3 Test System (Fast and Modular Energy). The touch-safe testing system features ring-lug terminal connectio... Read more...More Product Announcements from PHOENIX CONTACT USA
R. STAHL introduces it's new certified Explosion Protected Circuit Breaker Panels. The EPiK breaker panel is available up to 42 breakers with Main Lug Only, and Main Breaker Options. No need for heavy cast enclosures, bolts, or conduit seals. Read more...More Product Announcements from R. STAHL, Inc.
Known for their low profile design and high performance, the L-Series and N-Series circuit breakers are now capable of sensing power fluctuations down to a level of 1%. This optional capability provides precise current monitoring and reporting required for back billing the actual power consumed by datacenter storage and routing devices. Read more...More Product Announcements from Carling Technologies, Inc.